curative

[ kyoo r-uh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF curative

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And yet if I suffer it can only be with what I may call a curative suffering.

And if it did promote perspiration, one can well believe that it might be curative.

The psychological work of the physician does not begin with his curative efforts.

The curative effect on bodily disabilities is thus often an illusory one.

The envoy's description of Francis's curative power is interesting.

He now began to study the effect of light as a curative remedy.

Very little power is allowed to the curative efforts of nature.

These are the only exceptions to the curative power of this drug.

It can be taken at any time, and as a preventive as well as a curative.

If there were any curative philosophy to be found, why could not he find it?

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